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Specimen number RSA0079169
Determination Cryptantha pterocarya var. purpusii
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Collector, number, date D. W. Taylor, 10244, 1989-4-27
Verbatim date 1989-04-27
County Inyo
Locality Alluvial fan west of Independance, along Onion Valley Road.
Elevation 1509m
HabitatCommon on recent burn in scrub dominated by Purshia tridentata, Coleogyne ramosissima, Artemisia tridentata, on sandy, granite derived soils, growing at base of large outcrops.
Township/Range/Section13S34E26
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phenologyflowers
other label numbersfbdd1f38-660e-475f-ac96-90b6240a3b3e
verbatim elevation4950
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Cryptantha pterocarya var. purpusii, Makenzie E. Mabry 2013-04-12
Notes<coords cont.: NW1/4>; Nutlets heteromorphic, 3 with narrow fimbriate margins, one without fimbriae.;
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